Nvidia has been in the tablet market for many years now and the company had launched the first tablet named as the Nvidia Shield Tablet about 3 years back. The Nvidia Shield Tablet is a powerful piece of hardware that was launched way back in 2014 with Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Nvidia has done an excellent job ever since, of keeping it up to date, with the tablet even receiving Nougat a couple of months back. Now, the company is rolling out the April security patch to the device as version 5.2.
The issue with GPS crashing has now been patched. The update also bundles in various bug fixes and performance improvements over the previous update, version 5.1. The latest update also lets you use more third-party chargers. The tablet actually holds strong when it comes to specifications when compared to devices of today. It is powered by the Nvidia’s own Tegra K1 chipset with 2GB RAM and an 8-inch 1920 x 1200 pixel display.
As far as the specifications of the Nvidia tablet goes, the tablet performs really well in real world and the tablet has been seeing good sales since its launch. The company behind it is also supporting the tablet very well as the tablet has already received the Nougat support early in 2017 which was the fastest for any device to receive the update.
Also as far as this update is concerned, the tablet is receiving the update in patches and if you are using an Nvidia Shield tablet, you should look out for an update to your device as well. Also make sure that you download the update as soon as possible to your tablet and install the update as it brings the bug fixes as well as stability improvements. Also the update installs the April security patch after the latest update to your Nvidia Shield.